The duo lifted their veils to show their eyes when asked their names. Barghouthi was clad in a hijab.
Boular — a nursery school employee — was allegedly the ringleader of the sinister plot.
Chief Magistrate Emma Arbuthnot told the court: “The defendants are all charged with conspiracy to murder. On the face of it there was a plan to attack one or more members of the public in the Westminster area and weapons had been purchased.”
Apart from the three women, the others were released without charge.
A number of men were also arrested, including a 21-year-old teacher, the Mail reported.
Rizlaine Boular, 21, her mother Mina Dich, 43, and 20-year-old Khawla Barghouthi appeared briefly Thursday at Westminster Magistrates Court.
Cops arrested seven women – the youngest was 18 – and three brothers, ages 28, 21 and 16.
The duo and another woman allegedly planned a knife attack in Westminster where the British Parliament is located.
A burka-bedecked mother-daughter terror tag team appeared in a London court accused of plotting an execution in the British capital.
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Boular was shot and wounded by cops as the pair were being arrested in April.
“All the matters before you are required to be sent to the Central Criminal Court for a preliminary hearing in the terrorism list on Friday May 19,” prosecutor Lindsay Weinstein said.
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